Hello, my name is Gabe Olivier, and I am the owner of In Stitches Embroidery & Gifts. I’ve dreamed about this day for many years, so when I say this has been a long time coming, it may just be the understatement of the century! First, I must thank and give credit to Jesus for allowing this dream to come true and opening the doors along this journey. I would like to thank my husband, Claude for all his support during the endeavor of opening the store. I could not have done this without you! I also must thank my friends and family for their prayers, help and support along this journey. If I start to name each of you I will leave someone out, so I won’t name names. You and I know who you are, and I thank you.
I guess I should start this first newsletter telling you what my dream for In Stitches is going to be. My passion has always been embroidery. However, I don’t want In Stitches to be about me. My dream is for In Stitches to be a little cottage that everyone wants to visit and/or hang out at. Many of you know I formerly managed Sew-N-Sew’s and I want to bring a lot of the things that worked, and everyone enjoyed to In Stitches. So, we will have a monthly club meeting, Sit N’ Sew’s, guide classes and project workshops. I also plan to venture down new avenues utilizing social media and online options that are now available. As always, I am open to suggestions. So, if there is something you would like to see offered please drop me a note and let me know. Or better yet, stop by the shop and let’s have a cup of coffee together and talk.
We will continue to offer personal and commercial embroidery services to the public. The Lord blessed me by putting Tiffany into my life and she started in January. She has caught on to everything so well. I’m sure you will all find her to be a delight as much as I love her.
Please like and share our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/nstitchesgifts. Also, visit our website at www.institchesgifts.com. Or better yet, drop by and see us at the shop. We are located right off College Street in Beaumont. I’ll tell you the story about this location when you visit.